12th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Rock formation at Pemaquid
The lighthouse, and this view of it, are quite well known. I was initially disappointed by the fog rather than sunshine, but in the end found it gave a more realistic view of why a lighthouse was needed at this location to warn ships away from the massive rocks below. The grey sky actually emphasized the clors of the rocks
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